New Speed Limit for Taylor Mill Road: Taylor Mill Residents I am pleased to announce that after almost two years requesting the speed limit reduction, the City of Taylor Mill Commission received approval from The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) to reduce the speed limit on Taylor Mill Road, KY 3716, to 35 mph. The city has submitted the necessary paperwork to KYTC accepting the new speed limit.   The state will now set a date to begin making the necessary sign changes.  We are not sure when this will take place, so we want to get the word out that it is forthcoming.  The commission hopes this reduction in speed limit will create a safer pedestrian walkway.   This speed limit reduction will enhance safety and the walkability for our residents.  It is important to note that in 2021 the city will receive an OKI Grant of $846,000.00 to complete the extension of the sidewalks all the way to the Trifecta Building.  This will make the city a much safer and more walkable community.   The construction of the sidewalks along Taylor Mill Road is just one way the Commission is working to improve our city. Daniel L. Bell, Mayor

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Sidewalks Along Taylor Mill Road One Step Closer

On Thursday, October 11th, the city of Taylor Mill was awarded a SNK grant by the Ohio-Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments for phase III of the sidewalk project which will run along the north/east side of Taylor Mill Road (KY 3716) between Saddlebrook Drive and Walnut Street. The grant is for $846,424 which will have to be matched by the city’s contribution of $211,606. While it will take a few more years before this project is shovel ready, we are now closer to its fruition.